10 most transparent and invisible animals in the world.

Some animals are known for their bright vibrant colors like a peacock. while others are known for their ability to blend in with their surroundings like a chameleon but some blend in a totally different way by using completely invisible this sanYbtak is used by a small handful of species in order to protect.

Themselves against predators and also to be more effective hunters transparency in living organisms is almost hard to imagine but it happens and scientists are continually searching every corner of the globe in hopes for better understanding of these unique creatures and there's always the hope of discovering even more of them let's begin shall we number 10 last winged butterfly. This stunning butterfly known as the glass wine can be found mainly in central and northern regions of South-America stretching as far north as Texas and as far south as Chile despite their name this butterfly's wings are far from fragile. 

In fact this phenomenal looking creature can carry up to 40 times their own weight that's like you were me carrying around 800 pounds. Adding to the already Hardy reputation of this butterfly in the fact that they migrate vast distance and are able to travel as far as 12 a day and can reach speeds of eight miles per hour like most butterflies. The glass wing spends a good chunk of its life avoiding predators mainly birds in order to combat this threat the glass wings use their transparency to camouflage.

When flying and have evolved a resistance to toxic plants this resistance allows them to eat toxic.  Substances that will cause predators to reject them as a food source number nine the European eagle. The European eel is a type of keel that can grow to upgrade of three and a half feet long. 

Unfortunately due to overfishing parasites and man-made barrie's. The European eel is now listed as critically endangered for hundreds of years nearly nothing was known about these creatures. This was largely because they began their lives in fresh inland water before returning to the ocean to spawn and die. This meant that fisherman and scientists failed to recover young specimens in areas where they hard previously found adults furthermore. 

After a certain age the European eels become silver in color further confusing early researchers. Another mystery surrounding. This creature is that researchers are still having a difficult time establishing a life expectancy for them. This is because canta species have reached the age of 80 and anecdotal evidence from sweet and suggests. That a single specimen may have lived 155 years in a family as well as number 8 reticulated glass frog.